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1 Special Formats, Familiar Records Cataloging Reel-to-Reels and 78s in RDA MOUG Lightening Talks 2014 Beth Iseminger

2 The Items Reel-to-reel tape from the Stephen “Lucky” Mosko Collection. Recorded live at a concert at Yale University in April rpm disc of American Communist songs from the early 1930s. Includes music by Hanns Eisler, text by Berthold Brecht, and performance by Mordecai Bauman and Marc Blitzstein.

3 Hey, That’s Different! 040HMU ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂc HMU ǂd HMU O!...opus 27 : ǂb a concert of new music. no [sound recording] GMD O opus Concert of new music ǂi At head of title on program: ǂa miss carfum alice atkins presents 264 0ǂc [1972] audiotape reel ; ǂc 7 in., 1/4 in. tape. 336 performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent 337 audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia 338 audiotape reel ǂb st ǂ2 rdacarrier 344 analog ǂc 7 1/2 ips ǂf 4 track ǂg stereo ǂ2 rda

4 Hey, That’s Different! 518 ǂo Recorded live in concert ǂd 1972 April 27 ǂp Branford College, Yale University Sonata in A major [that is, Unaccompanied sonata in A minor] / J.S. Bach (Paul Severtson, violin) – Van Nostrand, Burr, ǂd ǂe composer, ǂe narrator, ǂe instrumentalist Severtson, Paul, ǂe instrumentalist ǂi Contains (work): ǂa Bach, Johann Sebastian, ǂd ǂt Sonaten und Partiten, ǂm violin, ǂn BWV ǂp Sonata, ǂn no. 2.

5 Hey, That’s Different! Eisler, Hanns, ǂd , ǂe composer United Front ; ǂb The soup song / ǂc Hanns Eisler. no [sound recording] GMD 264 1N.Y.C. : ǂb Timely Recording Co., ǂc [1936?] audio disc ; ǂc 10 in. $b information moved to 344 field 336 performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent 337 audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia 338 audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier 340shellac ǂ2 rda 344 analog ǂc 78 rpm ǂd coarse groove ǂg monoǂ2 rda

6 Hey, That’s Different! Brecht, Bertolt, ǂd , ǂe lyricist Sugar, Maurice, ǂd , ǂe lyricist Bauman, Mordecai, ǂe singer Blitzstein, Marc, ǂe instrumentalist Adomián, Lan, ǂe conductor ǂi Contains (expression): ǂa Eisler, Hanns, ǂd ǂt Einheitsfrontlied. ǂl English; ǂo arranged New Singers, ǂe performer.

7 Why It’s Different 040 ǂb eng ǂe rda PCC RDA BIBCO Standard Record (BSR): Always specify language of cataloging and cataloging source. Place $e directly after $b. 245 O!...opus 27 : ǂb a concert of new music. RDA Transcribe punctuation as it appears on the source. 246 ǂi At head of title on program: ǂa miss carfum alice atkins presents RDA A.4.1. Exception 3, Unusual capitalization: Capitalize titles with unusual capitalization as found on the source of information ǂc [1972] RDA 2.7: Date of production core for unpublished resources. Other elements (place and name) are optional.

8 Why It’s Different audiotape reel ; ǂc 7 in., 1/4 in. tape. RDA , Recording Extent: core element. For the type of unit, use a term from the list of carrier types in performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent RDA 6.9 Content Type: core element. RDA Table 6.1 lists terms for content type. 337 audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia RDA 3.2 Media Type: core in LC-PCC-PS. RDA Table 3.2 lists terms for media type. 338 audiotape reel ǂb st ǂ2 rdacarrier RDA 3.3 Carrier Type: core element. Types of carriers are listed in $b and $2 added to 33X fields by the OCLC macro (Tools—Macros—Manage, open OCLC in list, highlight Add 33x, click Run, select values from drop-down list)

9 OCLC 33X Macro

10 Why It’s Different 344 analog ǂc 7 1/2 ips ǂf 4 track ǂg stereo ǂ2 rda RDA 3.16 Sound Characteristic includes instructions on which information belongs in the 344 field. Not core in RDA, but MLA Best Practices recommends the following: – For all audio carriers: $a Type of recording, $g Configuration of Playback Channels, $h Special Playback Characteristic – For certain types of audio carriers when appropriate: $c Playing Speed, $d Groove Characteristic, $f Tape Characteristic RDA Type of Recording = 344 $a – analog RDA Playing Speed = 344 $c – analog tape in inches per second (ips) Ex. 7 1/2 ips RDA Tape Configuration = 344 $f – For tape cartridges, cassettes, and reels, record the tape configuration (i.e., the number of tracks on the tape) RDA Configuration of Playback Channels = 344 $g – mono, stereo, quadraphonic, surround

11 MLA Best Practices

12 Why It’s Different 336 performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent 337 audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia 338audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier 340 shellac ǂ2 rda RDA Base Material = 340 $a MLA Best Practices recommends recording for some types of audio carriers. 344 analog ǂc 78 rpm ǂd coarse groove ǂg monoǂ2 rda RDA Groove Characteristics = 344 $d MLA Best Practices recommends recording for some types of audio carriers. Analog disc = coarse groove or microgroove.

13 Why It’s Different 518 ǂo Recorded live in concert ǂd 1972 April 27 ǂp Branford College, Yale University. RDA 7.11 Place and Date of Capture: not core in RDA. MLA Best Practices recommend recording this information if readily available. PCC BSR recommends including date of capture for audio recordings Sonata in A major [that is, Unaccompanied sonata in A minor] / J.S. Bach (Paul Severtson, violin) No Latin abbreviations; “that is” used instead of “i.e.”

14 Why It’s Different Van Nostrand, Burr, ǂd ǂe composer, ǂe narrator, ǂe instrumentalist Severtson, Paul, ǂe instrumentalist ǂi Contains (work): ǂa Bach, Johann Sebastian, ǂd ǂt Sonaten und Partiten, ǂm violin, ǂn BWV ǂp Sonata, ǂn no. 2. The PCC guidelines for relationship designators recommend using repeating $e for multiple designators, and listing them in WEMI order (composer=work, narrator/instrumentalist=expression). The PCC guidelines forbid using Appendix I relationship designators in 7XX and 8XX name/title access points.

15 Why It’s Different Brecht, Bertolt, ǂd , ǂe lyricist Sugar, Maurice, ǂd , ǂe lyricist Bauman, Mordecai, ǂe singer Blitzstein, Marc, ǂe instrumentalist Adomián, Lan, ǂe conductor ǂi Contains (expression): ǂa Eisler, Hanns, ǂd ǂt Einheitsfrontlied. ǂl English; ǂo arranged New Singers, ǂe performer. Relationship designators are from RDA Appendix I (for names) and Appendix J (for works). Not required by RDA, but recommended by MLA Best Practices for all persons/corporate bodies and works/expressions which are given in access points. Relationship designators for creators are required by PCC, and designators for other contributors are strongly encouraged.

16 What’s Familiar? The rest of the record! 007 s ǂb t ǂd o ǂe s ǂf n ǂg c ǂh m ǂi c ǂj i ǂk c ǂl n ǂm n ǂn e 040 HMU ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂc HMU ǂd HMU O!...opus 27 : ǂb a concert of new music. no [sound recording] GMD Concert of new music 264 0ǂc [1972] audiotape reel ; ǂc 7 in., 1/4 in. tape The 1st work for vocalist, flute, violin, guitar, percussion, and piano; 546Vocal works sung or spoken in English Various performers. 518 ǂo Recorded live in concert ǂd 1972 April 27 ǂp Branford College, Yale University Side 1. Pyramus and Thisby. Aria / Humphrey Evans III (Burr Van Nostrand (Pyramus) ; Robert Dick, flute ; Paul Severtson, violin ; Geoffrey Fuller, guitar ; Lucky Mosko, percussion ; Humphrey Evans ; piano) Songs with instrumental ensemble Operas ǂv Excerpts Sonatas (Violin) 655 7Live sound recordings. ǂ2 lcgft

17 What’s Familiar 007 s ǂb d ǂd d ǂe u ǂf s ǂg d ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk s ǂl u ǂm n ǂn u 040 ARSC ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂc RLINP ǂd HMU ǂb Timely Recording Co ǂb Timely Recording Co Eisler, Hanns, ǂd , ǂe composer United Front ; ǂb The soup song / ǂc Hanns Eisler N.Y.C. : ǂb Timely Recording Co., ǂc [1936?] audio disc ; ǂc 10 in American Communist songs with music by Hanns Eisler. Texts by Berthold Brecht (side 1) and Maurice Sugar (side 2). 546 Sung in English Mordecai Bauman, baritone (side 1) ; Felix Groveman, baritone (side 2) ; Marc Blitzstein, piano ; New Singers ; Lan Adomián, conductor Songs (Medium voice) with piano Communism ǂv Songs and music Popular music ǂz United States ǂy Brecht, Bertolt, ǂd ǂv Musical settings Sugar, Maurice, ǂd ǂv Musical settings Brecht, Bertolt, ǂd , ǂe lyricist.

18 Resources Cited RDA Available via the RDA Toolkit, and also in static printed form. MLA Best Practices Historical/BCC2014/RDA%20Best%20Practices%20for%20Music%20Cataloging.pdf Historical/BCC2014/RDA%20Best%20Practices%20for%20Music%20Cataloging.pdf PCC RDA BIBCO Standard Record (BSR) PCC Guidelines for the Application of Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records Guidelines.docx Guidelines.docx

19 Thank You! Questions? Beth Iseminger Music and Media Catalog Librarian Loeb Music Library, Harvard University


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